Glass Windows in Uganda

Glass Windows in Uganda
Glass Windows in Uganda

Boege-Watson, N., Schrambla, D., Pashto, S., D’Onofrio, R., Taggi, L. & Siegel, J.-J. (2013). Sustainable development: A global perspective. A global approach to sustainable development (pp. 726-748). Plenum of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, November.

Boege-Watson, N., D’Onofrio, R., Stojerova, A., Pashto, S., Fonchini di Stefano, G. & Siegal, C. (2008). Growth, employment, and urbanization in Uganda. World Development 6(1), 2-17.

Camposano, A., O’Boyle, S. M., O’O’Connell, L. K., Reitz, B. A., Bockert, G. A. & Haines, A. Q. (2008). The human development potential of Ethiopia. Journal of Sustainable Development 28(5), 839-852.

Chambel, E., Saffron, S. B., Rene Boulanger, P., Ma
Glass Windows in Uganda, is based off a design by the US architect Michael V. Sperling, which allows a tiny panel of glass to be applied onto a floor, with the remaining window covered with an opaque shell. The interior of its glass surface mirrors the walls as it enters and exits a room, but this design did not meet the design specifications to get inside of the actual floor; therefore, it is not available to use.
https://jiji.ug/windows/glass

The next question is, how would you ensure privacy and security for a large room that is so high in volume and so narrow in height that any contact with the interior of the room can be easily intercepted, especially if the whole room is being used by large vehicles? A solution is possible (or likely to be found), but only if the room is being used as an integral part of a high-volume business center.

Elevation-Related Problems

The floor

Glass Windows in Uganda

Glass Windows in Uganda
Glass Windows in Uganda

Boege-Watson, N., Schrambla, D., Pashto, S., D’Onofrio, R., Taggi, L. & Siegel, J.-J. (2013). Sustainable development: A global perspective. A global approach to sustainable development (pp. 726-748). Plenum of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, November.

Boege-Watson, N., D’Onofrio, R., Stojerova, A., Pashto, S., Fonchini di Stefano, G. & Siegal, C. (2008). Growth, employment, and urbanization in Uganda. World Development 6(1), 2-17.

Camposano, A., O’Boyle, S. M., O’O’Connell, L. K., Reitz, B. A., Bockert, G. A. & Haines, A. Q. (2008). The human development potential of Ethiopia. Journal of Sustainable Development 28(5), 839-852.

Chambel, E., Saffron, S. B., Rene Boulanger, P., Ma
Glass Windows in Uganda, is based off a design by the US architect Michael V. Sperling, which allows a tiny panel of glass to be applied onto a floor, with the remaining window covered with an opaque shell. The interior of its glass surface mirrors the walls as it enters and exits a room, but this design did not meet the design specifications to get inside of the actual floor; therefore, it is not available to use.
https://jiji.ug/windows/glass

The next question is, how would you ensure privacy and security for a large room that is so high in volume and so narrow in height that any contact with the interior of the room can be easily intercepted, especially if the whole room is being used by large vehicles? A solution is possible (or likely to be found), but only if the room is being used as an integral part of a high-volume business center.

Elevation-Related Problems

The floor